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National Landcare Program

Smart Farms Small Grants is an open, competitive, grant opportunity to support projects to increase farming, forestry and fishing communities’ awareness, knowledge, skills and capacity to adopt best practice sustainable

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2020 Price Range estimation

Riverland Wine has worked with Murray Valley and Riverina grower groups to develop price range estimations for the 2020 vintage. The table below reveals the ranges that growers might reasonably

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Friday Sundown @ 919

Now here’s an idea for a big cheer-up! Sunset, food, wine, friends – it’s the end of the week… 919 Wines and Sassy Brews are teaming up… come along to

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Time to overhaul insurance

Perhaps this most recent slam-dunk of a hail storm will motivate growers, government and the insurance industry time to revisit the age-old insurance question: why don’t farmers insure against such

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Hail damage report

The damage from the November 4 storm across the Riverland has been estimated at $23.3M. The PIRSA Storm Assessment team, operating out of Loxton Research Centre have done an outstanding

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Eco Vineyards

The Winegrape Council of South Australia (WGCSA) and South Australian Wine Industry Association (SAWIA) are inviting all winegrape grower members in the Riverland to a free workshop and BBQ lunch

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What’s next with water?

Last Friday’s consultation with ACCC Deputy Chair and Commissioner Mick Keough and Commissioner Stephen Ridgeway was well conducted and informative. Not unexpectedly the ACCC team’s opening position was well aligned

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One more trial!

Late on Monday afternoon, anyone outdoors in the Riverland probably saw the menacing black storm clouds, prowling across the region. It took about 10 minutes to thrash its way through

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Nuffield Scholar reports on Alternatives

Despite abject indifference from many of the region’s major buyers, Riverland winegrowers have been experimenting with Alternative varieties for many years. Martin Gransden, a recent Nuffield Graduate has offered to

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